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A renowned linguist, Franz Praetorius explored several ancient languages in his career. This work concerns his observations of the grammar and various etymologies of Ethiopic. He accomplishes this by discussing 57 lexemes worthy of note and also considering nominal forms with prefixed t and the imperfect preformative with a. These acute observations by a scholar with such finesse are not easily ignored.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-055-6
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Series: Analecta Gorgiana 120
Publication Date: Sep 13,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 42
Language: German
ISBN: 978-1-60724-055-6
$39.00

A renowned linguist, Franz Praetorius explored several ancient languages in his career. This work concerns his observations of the grammar and various etymologies of Ethiopic. He accomplishes this by discussing 57 lexemes worthy of note and also considering nominal forms with prefixed t and the imperfect preformative with a. These acute observations by a scholar with such finesse are not easily ignored. While not as comprehensive as a dictionary, these remarks are equally as valid, but much more portable. A valuable resource for scholars interested in the history of Ethiopic lexicography, this volume brings together some of Praetorius’ considered insights into this important language of the ancient Near East.

Franz Praetorius (1847-1927) was a gifted linguist. He studied at Berlin, Leipzig, and Halle universities and taught at the universities of Berlin and Wroclow. He published several important works on ancient languages.

A renowned linguist, Franz Praetorius explored several ancient languages in his career. This work concerns his observations of the grammar and various etymologies of Ethiopic. He accomplishes this by discussing 57 lexemes worthy of note and also considering nominal forms with prefixed t and the imperfect preformative with a. These acute observations by a scholar with such finesse are not easily ignored. While not as comprehensive as a dictionary, these remarks are equally as valid, but much more portable. A valuable resource for scholars interested in the history of Ethiopic lexicography, this volume brings together some of Praetorius’ considered insights into this important language of the ancient Near East.

Franz Praetorius (1847-1927) was a gifted linguist. He studied at Berlin, Leipzig, and Halle universities and taught at the universities of Berlin and Wroclow. He published several important works on ancient languages.

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